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English included, 4 fluently, with scraps of japanese. Planning on chinese soon.

 

What are the four? My guess is you know French as well. :)

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English, french, saudi, soviet (all hail glorious Lenin!).

I skipped spanish and local dialects as it was more random mumbo jumbo than discussion-viable scraps.

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English, french, saudi, soviet (all hail glorious Lenin!).

I skipped spanish and local dialects as it was more random mumbo jumbo than discussion-viable scraps.

 

Saudi = Arabic?

Soviet = Russian?

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I know a number of computer languages. Does that count?

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I know a number of computer languages. Does that count?

 

Only if you can speak it.

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I know English, French and some Japanese. All of which are hard to speak!

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I'm a Yorkshireman too ;)

 

Only other languages I speak are American, Australian and Canadian. Lol

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I'm a Yorkshireman too ;)

Only other languages I speak are American, Australian and Canadian. Lol

American and Canadian are the same

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I'm assuming it was a joke, because australian too is english, although there's some extra words in their vocabulary its not majorly different than any other form of english. I tried to learn Gaelic a long time ago. Thats an interesting language.

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No offense to Canadians (I dated one a while back), but it's always strange hearing a North American English accent, with certain words spoken the way they might say them in the UK. It always threw me off. Then there's the thick rural Canadian accents that sound's kind of like ...

 

 

... this guy.

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